M14 rifle was developed in the United States in the '50s as a weapon, caliber 7.62 mm NATO. This gun in essence is based on a proven model of wartime M1 Garand. Historically, the weapon is evaluated very positively, despite its high kickback when firing automatic. M14 has been in service with the US Army a very short time, during the vietnam war it gradually supplanted weapons M16/AR15, which are now undoubtedly the most used worldwide. M14 was then used as an M21 sniper rifle, which had only accurate processing of parts and minor structural variations. This metal model is produced by Classic Army. Includes a reinforced gearbox version 7, High Speed & High Torque motor, fixed stock for placing a large battery and an integrated RIS rail. Gun from the last numbered series of CA, which has a significantly better made metal body and internal parts (gears, piston, piston head, 7 mm bearings, metal Hop-Up
chamber and spring guide etc.).